)We've moved on from the days of My Space to a social media era now dominated by Facebook and all sorts of other social mobile apps.
A lot of kids even admit to using Snapchat the most, suggesting that it could be the future of where social networking is headed. Have a look through the updated roundup of social networks below to see which ones are currently the trendiest.
We are both active on a ton of social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linked In to name a few. In fact, we actually first met and grew our relationship on Twitter and Facebook.
We are grateful for social media because if it was not for Twitter, we never would have met.
Photo: Instagram If you haven't heard of Tinder, then congratulations: You are probably in a loving, monogamous relationship. And the best part about Tinder is you can people-watch without even putting a bra on. For every guy with a nice smile holding a shelter puppy is a dude in a fedora popping bottles at the local T. Related: The "Only Here For Sex" Dude will make things pretttttty clear in his bio, usually by telling you what he's only there for.
(SWIPE LEFT) But those of you single and ready to swingle are probably well-versed in the dating app taking the world by storm. But, because of its ease of use and likelihood of being able to "get it in" on a bi-monthly basis, Tinder attracts all kinds. The more confident of this species may even list size if he is so inclined.
Most users loved it for its iconic 140-character limit and unfiltered feed that showed them absolutely everything.
Also recommended: 10 of the Most Popular Social Media Posting Trends Most of us already know that Facebook is the top social network on the web.
It's a thriving beast of a social networking site on the web with about 2 billion monthly active users and more than one billion that log on daily (according to Facebook itself).
It seems simple enough: those with social media accounts share their thoughts, accomplishments, banal interactions, and cat GIFs from Reddit with anyone who will be their internet friend.
However, when it comes to the person you’re dating, social media can be precarious.